While it’s true a Wi-Fi router does emit radiation, it’s within the radio-frequency (RF) band – a low-energy, non-ionising, non-harmful type.
Science has proven it to be far, far too weak to give you any kind of radiation poisoning.
Are WiFi waves harmful?
Although there is direct exposure to the skin, non-ionizing radiation can’t damage DNA or cells directly, like ionizing radiation can. So far, there is no consistent evidence that WiFi routers or WiFi-powered devices increase cancer risk.
Is it safe to sleep beside a WiFi router?
It is safe to sleep next to a wireless router as it produces radio waves that, unlike X-rays or gamma rays, do not break chemical bonds or cause ionisation in humans. These waves also deteriorate rapidly, losing their strength as they travel away from the router.
Can WiFi kill plants?
The study found that wi-fi signals are in fact strong enough to kill plants. After 12 days, cress seeds in the WiFi room turned brown and died. On the contrary, seeds placed in the non-wifi room thrived.
Are WiFi boosters safe?
Performance for wifi extenders is BAD. But that’s another answer. WiFi is NON-ionising radiation and is not harmful in any way that we know of to the human body. The total charge is also so miniscule as to be negligible.